Keeping the Cloud in check KATHO

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Keeping the Cloud in check KATHO

  1. 1. Friday  November  18th  2011 KATHO,  Kortrijk,  Belgium Thijs  FerynKeeping  The  Cloud  In  Check Evangelist +32  (0)9  218  79  06 thijs@combellgroup.com
  2. 2. About  me I’m  an  evangelist  at  Combell
  3. 3. About  me I’m  a  board  member  at  PHPBenelux
  4. 4. About  meI’m  a  trusted  advisor  at  Belgium  Cloud
  5. 5. About  meI  represent  Ghent  Web  Valley
  6. 6. Follow  me  on  TwiUer:  @ThijsFeryn
  7. 7. Military
  8. 8. ScienYfic
  9. 9. Public  (hobbyism)
  10. 10. Corporate  sites
  11. 11. E-­‐commerce  &  web  applicaYons
  12. 12. Web  2.0
  13. 13. So^ware  As  A  Service
  14. 14. Social  media
  15. 15. Cloud
  16. 16. Mobile
  17. 17. What  is  Cloud?
  18. 18. BoUom  line Cloud  =  The  Internet
  19. 19. DefiniYon
  20. 20. DefiniYon A  model  for  consumpYon  &   delivery  on  the  internet  where   flexibility  is  essenYal  &  can  be   guaranteed  through  abstracYon
  21. 21. Internet  as  a  uYlity
  22. 22. Important  features
  23. 23. AbstracYon
  24. 24. Flexibility
  25. 25. Storage
  26. 26. CompuYng
  27. 27. Service  layers
  28. 28. Service  layers SaaS PaaS IaaS
  29. 29. So^ware  As  A  Service  (SaaS)
  30. 30. Infrastructure  As  A  Service  (IaaS)
  31. 31. Pladorm  As  A  Service  (PaaS)
  32. 32. Delivery  models
  33. 33. Public  cloud
  34. 34. Private  cloud
  35. 35. Hybrid  cloud
  36. 36. What  people  forget  ...  &  marketeers  abuse
  37. 37. The  Cloud  is  not  “one  size  fits  all”
  38. 38. Doesn’t  just  “magically”  work
  39. 39. No  autopilot  ...  or  webscale
  40. 40. Pay  as  you  go/grow
  41. 41. Cloud  washing
  42. 42. Management  models  (o1en  forgo5en)
  43. 43. Management  models  (o1en  forgo5en) Managed  Cloud  is  the   new  dedicated  server Unmanaged  Cloud  is   virtual  colocaYon
  44. 44. Stakeholders  &  levels  of  contemplaYon
  45. 45. Stakeholders  &  levels  of  contemplaYon Dev User Biz Tech
  46. 46. Tech OperaYonele  advantages VMWare   is  cool  !
  47. 47. Biz Cost  culng  &  economic  flexibility Capex,   opex,  outsourcing, pay  as  you  go/grow, bla  bla  bla...
  48. 48. User GMail,   Ease  of  use Facebook, Skydrive, Dropbox, Salesforce, Hotmail
  49. 49. Dev Scalability  &  high  availability Memcached,   Gearman,  Hadoop,   MongoDB,  CouchDB,   Solr,  RabbitMQ
  50. 50. Keeping  it  in  check
  51. 51. Keeping  it  in  check ✓IdenYfy  risk ✓Save  money  &  cut  costs ✓DevOps ✓AbstracYon ✓Flexibility ✓Hybrid  Cloud ✓Compliance
  52. 52. IdenYfy  risk
  53. 53. DownYme
  54. 54. Data  loss
  55. 55. Performance  drop
  56. 56. Abuse
  57. 57. Unexpected  expenditure
  58. 58. OperaYonal  complexity
  59. 59. Save  money  &  cut  costs
  60. 60. Pay  as  you  go/grow
  61. 61. Go  green
  62. 62. Discover  your  baseline
  63. 63. Focus  on  core  business
  64. 64. Outsourcing
  65. 65. Automate
  66. 66. DevOps
  67. 67. Again  ...  automate  &  bridge  the  gap
  68. 68. Faster  deployment
  69. 69. VirtualizaYon
  70. 70. Educate !!!Your developers your sysadmins
  71. 71. AbstracYon Learn  to  let  go
  72. 72. Bits  over  atoms
  73. 73. No  more  metal  !
  74. 74. Service  over  infrastructure
  75. 75. The  higher  up  the  stack,  the  more  efficient SaaS PaaS IaaS
  76. 76. Flexibility The  actual  goal
  77. 77. Flexibility OperaYonal Financial Commercial
  78. 78. Scalability  &  growth Up  &  down  vs  out  &  in
  79. 79. Coping  with  spikes
  80. 80. High  availability
  81. 81. Hybrid  cloud
  82. 82. Hybrid  cloud Base  model  vs  spikes Prepare  for  change
  83. 83. Compliance
  84. 84. Where’s  your  data?
  85. 85. CDN
  86. 86. Patriot  Act
  87. 87. Who  are  you  dealing  with?
  88. 88. Service  Level  Agreement
  89. 89. Reaching  out

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